Holden will do its best to stockpile locally-built Commodores ahead of the 2018 ZB Commodore’s launch in February next year, but they’re moving quickly. And now, one last batch of freshly built VF Commodores has left the Elizabeth assembly plant.
The brand confirmed to Wheels on Monday the final Commodores for sale were loaded onto multiple transport trucks and will make their way to dealerships. The last Commodore built rolled off the assembly line on October 20, but these final cars represent the last chance for potential owners to snag one before they’re truly gone.
“We expect these to sell by mid-January so we’d encourage anyone interested to get along to your local dealership,” a Holden spokeswoman said.
Earlier this month, we reported the final Australian-built Commodores are selling at a rapid pace and the nameplate very well could sell out during the month of December. A previous report cited around 2,500 VF Commodores left for sale; Holden sold 2,418 Commodores alone last October.